Pune, Bengaluru and Mumbai to get a glimpse of South African tourism on the road

The 17th edition of the South African Tourism Roadshow will happen with the assistance of numerous South African SMEs

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2020 is all about tourism; so far the story says so! While international countries are implementing ‘free tourist visa’ and ‘visit us’ campaign, South African tourism has gone one step ahead. They are ready to mark the beginning of 2020 with their annual roadshow. The 17th edition of the South African Tourism Roadshow will travel to the 3 Indian cities of Bengaluru, Pune and Mumbai on January 13, 14 and 15, respectively.

Neliswa Nkani, Hub Head - MEISEA, South African Tourism while speaking about the 2020 edition of the Roadshow, says “Our 17th Annual Roadshow is another testament to our firm commitment to the Indian market, which offers enormous potential when it comes to departures long -haul travel. The roadshow offers us and our partners at the destination the opportunity to showcase the best and bring to life the travel trade of India, our main sponsors in the market. This year's edition is scheduled to be even more special and exciting with the assistance of numerous South African SMEs. We are sure that the 17th edition will be outstanding and will have more impact than ever in terms of commercial conversions.”

Taking advantage of the enormous growth potential offered by the outbound traveler segment of India, the 48-member South African trade delegation will take the opportunity to educate and allow Indian business partners to sell the destination better.

In addition to the experiences, representatives of accommodation establishments, destination management companies, airlines and tourism associations will showcase their products and involve travel and trade partners in India.

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